Films by Garry Marshall Streaming on Netflix

Cheryl Greenway - July 22, 2016

HOLLYWOOD, CA - DECEMBER 05: Director Garry Marshall arrives at the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' "New Year's Eve" at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on December 5, 2011 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)   I don't think I'm reaching when I say Garry Marshall has created movies and shows...

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Top Winona Ryder Movies on Netflix

Tim Colman - July 18, 2016

Although relatively quiet on the big screen recently, Winona Ryder has come to prominence again on the small screen in Stranger things. She had notable successes in Beetlejuice and Edward Scissor Hands and has had two Oscar nominations. After a relationship with Johnny Depp and an arrest for shoplifting, her...

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Top 5 Disney Channel Shows on Netflix

Kasey Moore - July 16, 2016

Although you probably know Disney for its animated classics whether it be its iconic Mickey Mouse or the more recent Pixar classics, its steady growing and hugely popular Disney Channel which specializes in mainly live action comedies has become a juggernaut. While Netflix's library is sorely lacking from the real golden...

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Top 50 Movies Streaming on Netflix: July 2016

Tim Colman - July 15, 2016

Listen up everybody, it's time to run down the best movies on Netflix in our June 2016 update to the top 50 list (the number in brackets shows last months position in our list). We have new entries, some leavers and many that have held their place.  The good news is that the...

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Top 50 TV Series on Netflix: July 2016

Kasey Moore - July 12, 2016

Welcome to the July 2016 update for our top 50 TV series on Netflix where we pick out the very best TV series on Netflix. We've got everything here whether its comedy, action, horror and even adult sitcoms too. On the first of each month, we'll revisit this post to...

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5 Titles To Watch For The 4th of July

Cheryl Greenway - July 02, 2016

Independence day! A time to celebrate the red, white, and blue. It's a long holiday weekend filled with grilled foodstuffs, fireworks, and sun. When the thrill of has worn off and the meat sweats have set in, what better way to continue the celebration than with a marathon of movies?...

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Top 10 War Films Streaming On Netflix

Tim Colman - June 24, 2016

This week we look at War Films. This is, understandably, a fertile source of inspiration for movie makers but, given the subject matter, rarely well delivered. We have bounced from 480BC through WWII into Vietnam and beyond. Seems that we never stop fighting eh! One of the recurring messages through...

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5 Biggest TV Series Removed From Netflix in 2016 So Far

Kasey Moore - June 14, 2016

It's been a tough year for Netflix owners. A price increase and an ever increasing shift to Netflix Originals the headlines for the streaming service has all been a bit gloomy. With content coming and going from the service, we thought as we're half way through the year to take...

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Muhammad Ali Movies Streaming on Netflix

Tim Colman - June 12, 2016

With the passing of the greatest boxer of all time, we would like to pay tribute to Muhammad Ali.  Sadly there are only two movies streaming on Netflix about this extraordinary man, both of them documentaries.  Ali appeared in the 1979 TV movie Freedom Road as an actor and played...

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5 Movies To Watch For The End of School

Cheryl Greenway - June 03, 2016

The school year is wrapping up! No one cares about math and reading any more, you're counting down the days, and vacation is just a whisper away. Get ready to say goodbye to your teachers and hello to sweet freedom. If you're not already totally amped, here are 5 movies...

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